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66 Snowmobile VERMONT Weatherseld Pathnders Hello everyone I wish I was writing to you with better news. This winter has been a big flop so far this year. The little accumulation we received early was quickly pushed out by warm temps and lots of heavy rain and has really put a damper on our riding. As I write there is the possibility of a large storm for this Ridge Climbers Ross Hudson Pete Segal and Dave Small remove a large pine from across the trail. Royalton Ridge Climbers The Royalton Ridge Climbers took full advantage of the late Autumn conditions working on trails even on Christmas Day. When you visit our area you will find some of the most improved trails in Vermont. We have cut trees mended bridges increased our trail markings with high posts and reflectors as well as negotiated with neighboring clubs for enhanced grooming of our trails. In early December we certified 18 youngsters as new snowmobile drivers. We look forward to seeing them and you on our trails this winter. We had a fun night on Jan. 9 at our First Annual Cabin Fever Dance We also hope to see you at our Poker Run on Feb. 14. Meet at the Royalton Academy building. Like us on Facebook and tell us what you think of our trail improvements Alison Ricker Correspondent vtridgeclimbers.wix.comroyalton Like us on Facebook Ludlow Sidehill Croncher safety course students learn about pre-ride snowmobile safety inspection. Club News mailed to us. You can also purchase TMAs at these businesses in Ludlow who graciously volunteered to help us out Ludlow Country Store Bensons Chevrolet and Ludlow Insurance and Turcos in Rutland. Please thank these businesses by shopping there or using their services when you are in the area. They have done a lot to support us. Dont forget to go to the website for trail conditions and for our webcam. If you come by and visit the Warming Hut on North Hill our webcam may capture your picture on our website. The Warming Hut is at the intersection of VAST Corridor Trails 127A and 127B WR-82. Throw a log on the fire and enjoy some free hot cocoa. Our website will let you know if any events are being planned there. It is very impressive how all of this work is done not only in Ludlow but across the state by volunteers to make the VAST trails available to you. Its very different from the ski and snowboard industry. A lot of volunteer work goes on behind the scenes to make each season happen. Thank you to our volunteers landowners members and businesses for making it happen All you do is truly appreciated. Now lets get together and haul some snow in from Minnesota. Tina Berge Public Information Ofcer Like us on Facebook